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41 min ago | Brunswick News
Brunswick officials Wednesday approved the sale of a surplus city-owned property, a move that will provide an additional $75,000 for the city's coffers.
The former Coast Guard Station could house a museum if the Coastal Georgia Historical Society raises an additional $700,000 by year's end.
Four Georgia hotels are in the running for Historic Hotels of America's 2014 Awards of Excellence.
Two metro-east congressmen -- U.S. representatives Bill Enyart, D-Belleville; and Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville -- said Monday they want the House Armed Services Committee to hold hearings on problems with a federal contractor that led to the disappearance of hundreds of privately owned vehicles belong to military members who have served overseas.
Great oceanfront property, near the Village and Pier on St. Simons Island. Boasting almost 4,700 square feet,with views from almost every room, this newly constructed oceanfront house is a wonderful getaway or full timeresidence.Vaulted, beamed ceilings in many of the rooms opens this house up nicelty.
With fall fast approaching, the popular cable network, The Syfy Channel announced it's plans for their 31 Days of Halloween viewing schedule.
Hundreds of U.S. troops and civilian defense workers complain that the company hired to ship their personal vehicles after they relocate is delivering them weeks, even months late.
Authorities in northeast Georgia say a man is facing criminal charges after his gun accidentally discharged and fatally wounded a Texas woman.
Terry.Dickson@jacksonville.com Shamara Thomas stands in front of the one-bedroom house in Brunswick where her mother, a crack addict, abandoned her at age 11. Thomas' home for the last five years has been a dormitory at the College of Coastal Georgia.
The Savannah Morning News reports the injured loggerhead sea turtle was found by a group taking a weekend tour of Ossabaw Island.
The complaints about the missing cars are one reason the United States Transportation Command, which awarded the contract last year to International Auto Logistics, of Brunswick, Ga., took the unprecedented step of announcing Friday night it was sending out survey teams next week to car processing centers across the globe to look for the missing ... (more)
Paul Selva, the commander of the U.S. Transportation Command, announced that he has directed site survey teams to visit vehicle processing centers nationwide to look for hundreds of missing cars that belong to military members who had served overseas.
Helping hands came together on Mansfield Street Friday despite the hot temperature and high humidity to hand out food to those who asked for it.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:15 am
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